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    Member jfelbab's Avatar
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    Wild Turkeys

    I must have over 40 wild turkeys roaming my property this year.

    Here are a couple toms strutting for the hens. Toms frequently double up on the hens.

    Here is a side view of a tom. Tom's have 5,000 to 6,000 feathers.

    Here is a tom that had an altercation with a coyote and is missing a few feathers. I think he is lucky to be around.

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    Learning more with every "click" mjs1973's Avatar
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    Re: Wild Turkeys

    Very cool! I tried like hell to get the toms to strut for my camera this year, but I didn't have any luck.

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    Re: Wild Turkeys

    Wow - what fantastic specimens to have frequent your property!

    Makes shooting so much more enjoyable when they're on your own doorstep
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